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September 21, 2018 //By Julien Happich
French project to boost hydrogen fuel cells in aircraft
HES Energy Systems, a Singapore-based developer of hydrogen fuel cells, is expanding into France to begin work on the first decentralized hydrogen infrastructure for autonomous fuel cell powered aerial vehicles.

“Starting with smaller scale aerial vehicles help turn bigger visions to reality faster, and reduces the challenges related to commercializing complex technology” says Taras Wankewycz, CEO of HES and parent company H3 Dynamics.

HES envisions scaling up the program to a continental network of hydrogen air bases for a fleet of autonomous, long-range and electric aircraft. The joint initiative will create economic and social benefits, while starting the path to reducing carbon emissions in aviation.

Mid-September, 50+ global leaders in the energy, transport, and industrial sectors, led by the CEO and Chairman of Air Liquide and the Chairman of Hyundai came together to announce their landmark commitment to 100% decarbonized hydrogen for all mobility applications by 2030. France’s government has meanwhile launched a national hydrogen plan to utilize hydrogen across all sectors.

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